ate that it needs "push."
every reason to believe
ernment will not end the
idea at the conclusion of
ipaign. Thrift clubs will
. therefore, and will re-
lves into organizations to
r finances on a plane with
requirements. They will
round up all those un.
with the allied cause,
soon be taken for grant-
rson with means not con-
the cause is not an Am-
t time every pro-Amer-
a member of a Thrift
A certain ridiculous person sug-
gested yesterday that the whole Cary Registrars should sign up at once in
column could be called "Visions of Barbour gymnasium or U-hall for
Hell." three or more hours registration work
-----. next week. Barbour gymnasium is
But we could not see it that way. to be open for registration from 9
We read some of the others columns to 12 o'clock every morning and from
too often. 8 to 5 o'clock every afternoon. Ten
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In Our First Year of War-Woodrow Wilson....................$1
On the Field of Honor-Hughes Le Roux........................$1
The Bolsheviki and World Peace--Trotzky......................$1
Liberty Writings of Dr. Hermann Kiefer, edited by W. W. Florer.$2
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The office Grouch is worse than
usual. He went to the "Opera" last
,ight. We asked him his opinion. He
only sighed and said, "Let's Go!"
We had an initiation upstairs last
night. One of the opera publicity.
agents was being led around with a'
dog collar about his neck, with a
piece of string to direct him. The
Grouch said, "I hope he slips."
and 15 can be
be needed every hour
used during the after-
The Bell Telephone company hadj
0,000,000,000 phone calls during the
ast fiscal year. We wonder in how
nany of these citral offered "line's
busy," in how many the connection
was broken in the middle of the call,
ind how many there were when one
-ouldn't get central at all.
The Germans in the Toul sector
Must be an attractive lot. At least
he Americans think so, for they visit
"Drop a Stitch and Then We Drop
)ur Eyes." Explaining thoroughly
he reason why they all like to knit.
Tme women in the opera cast are
).K., but we have yet to hear that the
onies are K.O.'s.
ed. says his "Vision of Hell";
day before the Gargoyle comes
fnes Aee A
A. Storrer Advice to all ponies in
In tripping lightly don't
The capture of Odessa
1918. goes against the grain.
Zi SALE OF WOMEN'S
f men War Influences Cause Many Changes
e. We in Styles and Fash.
rselves That war economies do not lessen
knows the feminine desires for fine clothes is
e see- the report of local dealers in women's
One of the dance halls in Detroit
writes in the "Daily Infliction" that
"This is Baby Night." Another chance
for some of our most prominent
freshmen steppers to win a cup.
Ad in grocery store-Fancy Butter
-29 cents. Yes, just fancy it!
One of the somnambulist cubs who
is on pro. this semester read in the
paper that some of the soldiers who
had suffered shell shock could not
sleep nights. He suggests a whole
regiment of professors to care for the
Did you know that Cary is getting
out a whole anthology of free verse?
Here is some of the latest. Notice
the serpentine line of the - verse
.prompted by the Ann Arbor weather:
Did you ever go to class
On a fine morning when spring is in
And after your little nap
Wake up and find"
That the winter had
Then back to your rooms
For the old whistling boots
And after dinner
When you went home to get your note-
The spring had returned.
In the evening when you had taken
Her to a movie
While the snow was going on
It started raining.
And then the taxi
And the heartless hunt
After that stray last nickel
You got home at last
And blessed your stars
That you were in bed.
Oh, this weather
Is surely adventurous and
Changeable as a co-eds disposition.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-Wood-
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. Sav-
ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adv.
Members of the advanced dancing
class which meets at 3 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon are asked to attend all
classes before the exhibition before
the Michigan State Schoolmasters'
Mr. A. E. Wood, instructor in so-
ciology, will give a vocational lecture
at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in
Board of Directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock this
morning in Barbour gymnasium.
31R. A. E. WOOD TO SPEAK AT
CONFERENCE LECTURE MARCH 19
Mr. Arthur E. Wood of the sociology
department will give a post-vocational
conference lecture at 4:15 o'clock
Tuesday, March 19, in Barbour gym-
nasium. The subject of Mr. Wood's
lecture is "New Opportunities for
Miss Anna Bryant Cowles of the
Michigan Agricultural college will
also speak. Miss Cowles is the state
club leader of girls in Michigan and
,is cooperating with the United States
department of Agriculture in telling
women how to fit themselves into her
The clubs are made up of girls who
farm, sew, and direct younger people
,long the same lines. After her
apeech, Miss Cowles will be glad to
meet all girls interested in the club
movement for personal talks.
RUSSIAN DANCES TO FEATURE
MEETING OF RUSSKI -RUZHOK
Pupils of the Russian dancing mas-
ter, Louis H. Chalis, formerly of Rus-
sia, will appear in a series of native
folk dances at the regular meeting of
Russki Kruzhok at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium. Ra-
chel Towonin and Latona Ewing,
<dancers, are students at the Michigan
State Normal college.
Prof. Herbert R. Cross will also give
an illustrated lecture on the develop-
pent of architecture, sculpture, and
painting in Russia. Tea will be serv-
ed in the parlors. This meeting, as
well as the regular meetings of the
club, is open to the public.
Points Given for Hygiene Records
Two more hygiene records have'
been completed this week. Jeannette
M. Sudaw, '20, and Ruth Yokes, '20,
THE EBERBACH & SON COMPA
200-204 E. Liberty Street
The place to go when you want
are the ones to obtain the reward of
one athletic point each.
Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.
amazoo Limited Cars--8:48
two hours to 6:48 o. M.;
Drugs and Toilet Articles
1 Pound Writing Paper and
2 Packages Envelope
The Slater Book .Shop
I of a
, chosen to
t been told.
t from what
wearing apparel. Sales this year are
normal, which indicates that mi-lady
is not sacrificing herself to the thrift
spirit so far as her clothes are con-
Patriotism, however, marks the style
of the latest garments, the military
influence being most keenly felt.
Skirts are narrower to bring about
economy in material. Belts and pock-
ets - similar to those used on army
officers' uniforms, as well as the mil-
itary cape, are worn this year. Even
small tots have their braid and brass
Colors tend to be in the subdued
shades. Artillery red and khaki are
to be seen a good deal. Hats reflect
the style of Civil war days. They are
much be-ribboned and loaded with
Jackson Express Cars local
At: Arbor)- 48 a. m. and eve
to ::48 pn. .
Local Cars East Bound--5:3.
a. in., 7:oa. m. and every two
p. Mn.. 8:05 P. iM., 9:o5 p. mn.,
To Ypsilanti only, 9:zo a. M.
2 0;o '. M,, 6:05 P. rm, 9:45 P. m,
*z:zo a. in.. i:10 a. m.,r:zo a.r
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-6:o
a. M.. 10:20P . wM.. xz:ao a. m.
Courteous and sat
TREATMENT to every
er, whether thetaccount
The Ann Arbor Saving
Capital and Surplus, $5
Northwest Cor. Main &
707 North University
s what it shot
nan "kultur" a
idishness in of
n southern E
which will to
a longer per
i such a foe
the world s
for the Amer
om the preset
to suppose tb
uke Economy in material has brought
od about changes in men's styles also.
The pinch-back coat is in favor once
as more, belts being no longer used.
he Cuffs do not appear on the trousers.
lea Business in men's furnishing stores
nt. has been lessened somewhat by the
tat war this year. This is the result of
ng so many young men donning khaki
of outfits for which the only needed ac-
rs- cessory is a black tie.
he In general styles are said to be more
ut stable than formerly, though this does
it not mean simple. There are fewer
at fads being brought forth this season.
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20 WOMEN OFFERED POSITIONS
AS BACTERIOLOGY ASSISTANTS
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All the Spring Models.
Are Now Ready
HETHER your selection be Oxfords or Boots-you will find in our
c Spring display genuine comfort without sacrifice of style or ser-
vice.Dark tans will be very popular this Spring, with many men
N favoring black. Whatever your choice, you will find a model here to
suit your individual taste.
Spats are being worn with Oxfords and pumps this season
$1.50 to $3.50
Koko brown or black Russia calf
H ERE is a low shoe designed along practical lines and yet possess-
ing all the style characteristics of the new footwear for Spring.
= It comes in koko brown or black Russia calf. Other new models may
E be seen in our window display.
EST. 185 =
See our '. Our entire
window dis- main floor is
play for devoted to E
other spring shoes for
183.-85 Woodward Ave.
lly. Twenty women will have the priv-
gle, ilege of becoming technical assistants
r it for bacteriologists in army medical
en- corps laboratories. New York uni-
is versity will offer a three months'
she course beginning April 1, in the bac-
t a teriologist department. Applications
may be sent to Dr, Williams in the
is research laboratory at the foot of East
is Sixteenth street.
an Richard M. Pearce, chairman of the
division of medicine and related sci-
ences in the Council of National De-
fense, wrote that there is a great need
ale for trained technicians to assist bac-
rift teriologists. Nurses, however, oughjt
rift not to be encouraged to take the
of course because there is a greater need
for them in their own work.
IF IT'S ANYTHING
113 East University
T UT T LES
For Lunches and Sodas
Hari Schatner & Marx
spring suits and top coats are
more snappy than ever this
spring; the kind of clothes red-
blooded young men will be
wearing. They have incorporat-
ed in them all the style tenden-
cies that will be popular.
We have bought freely and as
a consequence offer you choice
of a stock unequalled for rich-
ness of choice and variety of
style, anywhere but in their
shops. You will find here
clothes as good as you can buy
in any city, and the price is
New neckwear, Steson and
ing need fulfille
Farmers & Mechanics
101-105 So. Main
Reule, Conlin, Flegel & CO,
The Big Home of Hart Schaff-
ner and Marx Clothes, at South-
west Corner Main and Washing-
They are both delicious an,
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Phone 967 1095S. Main
t Me At
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